I was born in Tehran in 1973. I finished my medical studies at Tehran University of Medical Sciences. In 2006, I passed my resident exam in gynaecology-obstretics at the Semmelweis University in Hungary. Currently I work as the deputy chief physician of gynaecology at Szent János hospital and serve as a head physician at Villa Medicina since September 2015. I speak Hungarian, Persian, English and German.
1998-2001 Saheb Zaban Hospital Accident and Emergency Department
2003-2008 Szent István Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
2008-2014 Péterfy Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
2014 – Szent János Hospital Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
2014 – Villa Medicina Private Surgery
2015 – National Institute of Oncology
I finished my medical studies at the Faculty of General Medicine of Semmelweis University. I graduated with first class of honours (summa cum laude). In 1991, I finished my PhD at the Semmelweis University School of PhD Studies with first class of honours (summa cum laude), after which I finished the school of „Medical Economist“ at the Faculty of Economics of the University of West Hungary.
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, National Medical Institution Center (predecessors: HIETE, SE)
Harvard Medical School , Brigham & Woman Hospital , Dept. OB/GYN, Boston semester study trip
Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology2001 Ph.D.
EBCOG Certificate ( European Obstetrics and Gynecology Examination)
Clinical Oncologist Exam
State Medical Center, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, chief medical officer
Péterfy Hospital Tauma, Trauma Emergency Room, Head of Department, Deputy Chief
Szent János Hospital Head of Department, Clinical Oncologist
Villa Medicina Private Surgery Obstetrics-Gynecologist Chief
“His calmness, humility, immediacy and optimism with his patients and colleagues is unprecedented.”
Dr. László Molnár
Head physician for obstetrician-
for clinical genetics
I studied at the Medical Faculty of Semmelweis University, where I obtained my general diploma in 1994. In 1999, I finished my specialist training in obstetrics-gynaecology, followed by a specialist training in clinical genetics, which I obtained in 2015.
I have more than 15 years of experience in obstetrics and gynecology ultrasound. In particular, I deal primarily with fetal medicine. I have both FMF (Fetal Medicine Foundation) accreditation and auditing. I have been working at Szent János Hospital since 1994, currently as Chief Medical Officer at the Ultrasound Laboratory.
My special qualifications include the investigation of complete female urinary incontinence, conservative and surgical treatment, the treatment of various types of gynecological prolapses, especially with “mesh” solutions.
During my years abroad, I gained a high degree of proficiency in laparoscopic surgical techniques.
I also have a “B” grade obstetrics and gynecology ultrasound qualification and an IOTA license.
I graduated from Semmelweis University of Medicine in 1994, in 1999 I graduated in obstetrics and gynecology and in 2006 in Anesthesia and Intensive Care.
I worked in the obstetrics and gynecology department of the Péterfy Sándor Street Hospital in Budapest for 13 years.
Then I spent 5 years in Norway, in the urogynology profile department of Stord Hospital, where I gained special knowledge in the reconstruction and treatment / resolution of urinary incontinence in different types of gynecological prolapses.
In 2012, I applied for and was awarded the status of Head of the Department of Urogynecology at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Bergen (Haukeland University Hospital, Norway).
This university clinic is also a regional center for oncology and obstetric pathology, with approximately 5,500 births per year. Here I had the opportunity to learn obstetric procedures that are not fashionable in other parts of Europe, such as “tail” childbirth, deriving twin births, using obstetric forceps. The education of young doctors and the further training of novice specialists were also an important part of my clinical work.
In 2013, I contracted with Telemark Hospital in Norway to learn the surgical technique of the DaVinci robot. I also ran the urogynecology department here while obtaining a DaVinci robot surgeon’s license.
I am currently an active member of the following medical societies:
Norwegian Medical Chamber
Swedish Medical Chamber
Norwegian Society for Diagnostic Ultrasound in Medicine
Hungarian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care
Hungarian Society of Gynecologists
Hungarian Menopausal Society
Hungarian Obstetrics and Gynecology Ultrasound Society
The many years I have spent in Scandinavia have confirmedme the view I have always felt is right, namely that the doctor and his patient are equal partners who work together for a goal, especially to be care for pregnancy, childbirth or treating an illness or surgery. I try to pass on this attitude to my young colleagues as well.
In addition to my profession, my family: my wife, my two sons, my mother, and my brother and his family give me the greatest happiness. My extensive circle of friends all over the world also plays a very important role in my life.
My favorite sport is tennis. I speak Russian, Ukrainian, advanced Norwegian, intermediate Swedish and English.
I went to medical school in Estonia, graduating in 1994. From the very first minute, my goal was obstetrics and gynecology, and by the time I was five, I was completely confident that this would be my profession. Arriving in Hungary, I started as a free trainee at the 1st Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Semmelweis University, headed by Professor Zoltán Papp, and then continued my professional activity here.
I consider obstetrics itself to be my heart’s desire, I really like my profession. It is always fascinating the emergence and birth of a new life, just as the intrauterine behavior of a human being shows unique traits that then accompany and develop further after birth. Our work is a very complex activity, pregnant care, the orders are not just about the activity required by the protocol, but about our patients, people and families. We also provide a kind of psychological guidance during the process of preparation for motherhood. I really enjoy the way I spend nine months of pregnancy communicating with expectant moms and dads, it’s a very rewarding and complex task. I don’t have a patient I met as part of my pediatric prescription, and then as a gynecologist I was able to follow her from adolescence to adulthood, I was there at her wedding, and then I witnessed having a baby. I am very happy to think about these moments.
I like to spend my free time traveling, and my husband and I try to get to many places. He also has another hobby with which he is “infected” me: researching and collecting oldtimer cars passionately, and this world has captivated me as well. I help him find these cars, we go to shows, we meet several of our friends on such occasions. I really enjoy reading, be it crime, classical or contemporary literature, I always love to get my hands on a book.
Dr. Ildikó Adler
Head physician for internist and endocrinologist
(diseases of the pituitary gland, adrenal gland, thyroid gland, thyroid gland and reproductive system)
Being a doctor was my life goal since my childhood. During my secondary school education, I was so lucky to personally get acquainted with Dr. Mária Szentcsíki, who became a leading role model in my medical career.
I finished my studies at the Semmelweis University Medical School in 1993. Subsequently, still at present, I work in Semmelweis University ÁOK, where in 2000 I graduated as an internist and in 2002 as an endocrinologist. The field I represent is the science of the hormone system, a very specialized branch of internal medicine, which I have learned from masters of international standing, such as Dr. Edit Gláz and Dr. Károly Rácz professors. My main areas of interest are, in addition to some diseases of the pituitary gland, thyroid – parathyroid gland, and the adrenal gland, medical conditions of the reproductive system. For almost a decade and a half, I have been actively involved in the graduate medical training of our university and in the teaching of internal medicine in the Hungarian and German grades. The art of healing, the love of knowledge, and the training of the doctors of the future are noble tasks that are all obligatory; this is my creed!
”The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others” /Mahatma Gandhi/
I was born on May 22, 1976 in Budapest. In 2002 I graduated from the Semmelweis University Faculty of Medicine. I started my medical career as a Central Trainee Practitioner at Semmelweis University, during 2002-2004 I spent part of my internship at the Jávorszky Ödön Hospital in Vác, and from 2004-2007 I worked as a clinical doctor at the Semmelweis University Radiology and Oncology Clinic.
In 2007, I passed a radiology exam with distinction. I worked as a clinical specialist between 2007-2010, and then from 2010-2016 as a teaching assistant at the Semmelweis University Radiology and Oncotherapy Clinic, where patient care and consultancy was a part of my clinical and medical training as well as the training of doctors and specialist in Hungarian and English language. In addition to my professional knowledge, I learned the special importance of the doctor-patient relationship and my professional vocation from my university professors and parents who are also radiologists. I do my medical and teaching work in the spirit of the above. Since 2007, I have private practiced at IMC, Interlab, Aesthetica, VP Med, Palm Med, Superdent and Istenhegyi Klinika. I am a member of the Hungarian Society of Radiologists, the Hungarian Society of Neuroradiology, the Hungarian Society of Oncologists and the European Society of Radiology.
Education and previous roles
1994 Babits Mihaly College 5 A Levels
2002 Semmelweis Egyetem Medical Degree
2007 Master’s degree in Radiology
Central intern at Semmelweis University – 2002-2004
Clinical doctor, Department of Radiology and Oncotherapy, Semmelweis University – 2004-2007
Clinical Specialist, Department of Radiology and Oncotherapy, Semmelweis University – 2007-2010
Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology and Oncotherapy, Semmelweis University – 2010-2016
Medical practices and lectures at the Department of Imaging Analytical and Medical Technology of the SE ETK 2010-2016
Ultrasound diagnostics Lectures and medical practices
Lectures and general clinical practices inObstetrics and Gynecology
At the Semmelweis University MSc Radiology and Oncotherapy Department responsible for postgraduate education in uroradiology, medical training in Hungarian and English 2008-2016, TDK Thesis Leading (1st place at TDK Conference 2012, 3rd place 2013)
Postgraduate Training and Teaching Activity:
Urologic Radiology. Radiology Compulsory Advanced Course for Specialists, 2010, 2012,2014,2015,2016,2019 SE Department of Radiology and Oncotherapy
Urologic Radiology. Radiology Exam Preparation Course for Specialist Candidates, 2010, 2012,2014,2015,2016,2017,2018,2019 SE Department of Radiology and Oncotherapy
Resident Urologic Radiology Course 2010-19 SE Clinic of Radiology and Oncotherapy
The role of imaging diagnostics in urology. Urological and Andrology Current Issues – Compulsory Course, 2010,2012,2014, 2015 SE Urology Clinic
The role of CT MRI in the diagnosis of urological diseases. Specialist Preparation and Training Program, 2010,2014,2015 SE Urology Clinic
Sopron UH days
Theory and Practice of Thrombolysis course
Ultrasound and Modern Imaging Diagnostic Conference and Training in Hévíz
Bone joint radiology course – Semmelweis University
12th French-Hungarian Radiological Training Symposium
Pre-exam course in chest radiology – Szeged
Neuroradiology course for specialist candidates – Szeged
I graduated as a nurse at University of Szeged in 2014. Over the years, I have gained a lot of experience in various fields of healthcare, especially obstetrics and gynecology. I graduated as gynecology sonographer at Univeristy of Széchenyi István.
I think it is very important to tell everything I can see during the ultrasound examination and patients need to get answers to any questions that arise. In my everyday life, I try to make the first meeting special for expectant mothers, their relatives and the babies. Thanks to 4D and 5D technology, we can take lifelike pictures in inside pregnancy video, which often requires patience, dedication and time to get the best shots.
I do sonography since 1993, and have being trained as a healthcare assistant in sonography, obstetrics and gynaecology diagnostics. In order to train for the 12th weeks screening, I obtained an FMF qualification. I love my profession and consider professionalism, patience, perseverence, and psychological and professional support to patients as the most important elements of my job.
I consider it necessary to explain and show what and why I investigate each question and to give satisfactory answers to all of the questions. It is also amazing to me how true-to-life images can be in my baby cinema with the new fetoscope and 5D technology. I’m happy to show you the new family member and we’re happy for a nice smile and a mimicry. With patience and enough time there are nice experiences for those who come to us. In a beautiful, elegant environment, we welcome all our expectant mothers and family members with the modern technology.